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fathers, john quincy adams, that was true. he was a very young boy when with his father serving as his secretary. he tirelessly worked throughout his life to make sure we did, in fact, one day, eradicate slavery. >> he wasn't one of the founding fathers. >> john quincy adams most certainly was a part of the revolutionary war era. he was a young boy but he was actively involved. >> jon: right, but he wasn't a found father. he was nine at the time. if he had signed the declaration of independence, this is what it would have looked like. he was a kid. ( laughter ) ( applause ) you know what? i'll give michele bachman credit. she actually made a non-fox appearance unlike other none-romney republican options. speaking of whom, why was palin in iowa. >> sarah palin is in iowa tonight to attend a movie premiere. but it's not just any movie. the film is called "the undefeated" and offers a positive portrait of her life and career. >> jon: another two things. first, the documentary about the losing vice presidential candidate in the 2008 election is called "the undefeated." ( laughter ) second,
and canals. defeated for reelection, he went on to serve in congress for the next 20 years. john quincy adams, our sixth president, and the first son of a president to win the office himself. >>> our next story is about a sport most people would say doesn't really exist. that's because this sport requires magic. or does it? hannah went to find out. >> reporter: no, this isn't hogwarts. and these people aren't wizards. but they are college students playing quidditch! that's right. the ingenious sport made famous in the "harry potter" books by j.k. rowling. at vassar college in new york, these muggles are spellbound by the game. >> it's the most bizarre and excellent sport i have ever participated in before in my life. >> i've always been a really big fan of harry potter and just kind of being able to be an adult playing quidditch is kind of really cool, from my childhood dreams. >> our heads could do with filling with some interesting stuff. >> reporter: the game was introduced to the muggle world in 2005. a student at another school, middlebury college in vermont, adapted it to real life. si
is facing. you know, i think it was john quincy adams bedside, this country does not go abroad in search of monsters to destroy. when they went against iraq, i guarantee you no iraqi citizens with the iraqi president would then their ally had attacked the united states. why were they so convinced that saddam hussein had weapons of mass destruction? because they have the receipt because they were the ones that furnish the weapons of mass destruction during the 1980s so he could kill iranians who had the audacity of the big government people put into power as part of the regime change operation. this is u.s. foreign policy. nothing but bad consequences. it is the biggest immorality is that bob has yet to talk about? is easy to talk about regime change. what he did talk about his number people he has to kill to achieve that. how many people up and killed in iraq and that regime change operation where there were no wmds, where they invaded for freedom and democracy? how many people it been killed, destroyed? we don't even know because they don't keep count. there is never enough resentment t
forebearers who worked tirelessly, men like john quincy adams, who would not rest until slavery was extinguished in the country. >> so, it's not true. many of the founding fathers sought to preserve slavery. others like thomas jefferson were ambivalent. george washington owned hundreds of slaves. the one person she says is john quincy adams who did fight tirelessly to end slavery but he wasn't a founding father. when they signed the declaration of independence he was only 8 years old. >>> we have our panel here tonight. thank you for being here. what do you make of the pledge, in particular, the slavery part which is in the preamble. do you think it's possible that santorum or bachmann or their people didn't see that? how do you explain them agreeing with this? >> i have to assume that they're people read it and it's reprehensible. the underlying assertion here is that there's some redealing quality that went along with the institution of slavery. that's assanine. you can't play a double standard like we should shoot down anyone that said there's a redeeming quality associated w
down on those remarks on "good morning america". >> john quincy adams, that's absolutely true. he was a very young boy when he was with his father serving essentially as his father's secretary. he tirelessly worked throughout his life to make sure that we did in fact one day eradicate slavery. >> he wasn't one of the founding fathers. he was a president, a secretary of state. as a member of congress he did work to end slavier decades later but -- you're standing by this comment that the founding fathers worked tirelessly to end slavery? >> john quincy adams was part of the revolutionary era. >> the frequent media comparisons between herself and sarah palin. >> they want to see two girls come together and have a mud wrestling fight and i'm not going to give it to them. >> a.b. stoddard, let's elevate our conversation above the mud wrestling level. what happened here, it reminds me of sarah palin and the story she told about paul revere. did she fuel the story by not taking i made a mistake. >> doubling down will only guarantee it comes up again and again. but i think she's probably
to end slavery. >> well, if you look at one of our founding fathers, john quincy adams, that's absolutely true. he was a very young boy when he was with his father serving essentially this -- as his father's secretary. he tirelessly worked throughout his life to make sure that we did, in fact, one day eradicate slavery. >> he wasn't one of the founding fathers. >> he was not one of the founding fathers but the point here, does the mainstream media have a bias against conservative women? let's ask our panel. we have this morning christopher hahn, democratic political strategist and a former aide to new york senator chuck schumer. amy is president and co-founder of the new agenda and didi banky is a republican political strategist. good morning to all of you. we'll start with you, is this sexist? >> absolutely it is. they're scared to death. let's talk about history here, president obama got recent history wrong when he talked about the medal of honor winner and it was -- he said it was not posthumous and it was. now that's a mistake. >> he did apologize to that family. but w
of a young charles manson. >> john quincy adams most center was a part revolutionary war era. he was a young boy, but he was actively involved. >> but he wasn't a founding father. i mean, he was 9 at the time. if he'd signed the declaration of independence, this is what it would have looked like. >> former illinois governor rod blagojevich. >> hands shaky, can't seem to stand on my own two feet. hands are weak. >> recording elvis on your way here. a criminal verdict and you go with, "all shook up"? jailhouse rock didn't come up? >> 17 of the 20 corruption chorgs. extortion, water fraud, bribery and criminal abuse of styling moose. >> >> try to speak a little less. i'm going to keep my remarks short. >> you weren't convicted of not being concise. your words on the obama senate seat. i got this thing and it's [ bleep ] golden and i'm just not [ bleep ] it up for [ bleep ] nothing. that's quite succinct. >> yesterday republicans walked out of the meetings. the story, eric cantor got mad at john boehner because he went golfing with obama, and talked about stuff that cantor wasn't in on. and that
status quo. >> covering your jackson, andrew jackson against john quincy adams. >> there were hand bills that accused jackson of massacring indians. indians. >> it on the flip side. adams was accused pimping out to the ambassador of russia. >> and glover cleveland runs for president. >> of course, grover cleveland didn't run for anything. he shambled slowly if you'd seen his size. he had an out of wedlock child and that became an issue, hey, ma, where is pa? and after he won the election, proponents went to the white house. >> he was a bachelor and admitted he might have fathered this child out of wedlock and he paid for the child. >> that's right. >> and the public apparently accepted that. >> 80 years later. lyndon johnson running against barry goldwater? >> yeah, this is the classic of modern negative campaign ad. the daisy ad. the girl picking flowers. >> john: starts innocently enough. >> and it's going to start a countdown for a nuclear bomb being dropped and implication is that barry goldwater was a mad bomber. a magazine called fact wrote a name claim being he was insane. >> and
and brought up john quincy adams who was a kid at the time. in the big picture, does it surprise you that the racial overtones just seem to be simmering near the top? like they were four years ago? >> first, i want to address the issue of what the statement was trying to say. if you look at the 1960's, overwhelming majority of black children lived in two parent families so it was changes in the welfare state such as the rule that no man in the household, that have led to the decimation of the black family. so something has gone terribly wrong with the black family. and if they had said the 1950's or 1960's, that statement would have been accurate. >> or 1860's. >> we're not just talking about the black family. this whole discussion has been racialized in a very divisive way. you had roughly 25% of blacks being born into single parent families. the figure is higher for whites now. so we're looking at something in our society, where more households are single parent households, the whole culture is in that direction. this is not a racial thing. it's certainly something that you see m
. there was sexism then, sexism now. >> right. >> dave: these questions about john quincy adams being a founding father, okay, he's not. are the these the issues that americans care about, would we ask the same questions of mitt romney, and tim pawlenty. >> we weren't ask these and we wouldn't use the word flake, the kind of questions that michele bachmann is getting and wouldn't see her male counterparts getting, asking what's her credibility and her qualifications and you'll see that language undercut. we saw it in 2008 with hillary clinton. anytime you see a woman come out as a front runner you see a flood of folks in the race and i'm not surprised there's the new michigan presidential candidate because we don't yet take female candidates as seriously as we should, right? michele bachmann is running, oh, i can get in there. >> dave: that's an interesting point. you said we don't take female candidates as seriously as men. not yet. >> dave: is that a societal problem or just a problem with the mainstream media? >> listen the mainstream media has it in for conservative women. all conservative w
slavely. >> if you look at john quincy adams, a very young boy working with his father and serving essentially as his father's secretary. he tirelessly worked throughout his life to make sure that we did in fact, one day, eradicate slavely. >> he wasn't one of the founding fathers. >> molly: and does the mainstream media have a bias against conservative women? our next guest, andrew breitbart joining us. >> dave: he's not one of the founding father, but the questions asked of michele bachmann, would you hear those posed to mitt romney, tim pawlenty. >> no, you would here it against barbara boxer, but the thing is that sarah palin and michele bachmann represent an extension threat to the democratic party, 20 years clarence thomas has a black man represented to liberals in the democrat party. the democratic party likes to think of itself as the party of minorities. when in the republican party so many women and attractive women and accomplished women rise to the top, it's going to take the media to destroy them. at the end. day michele bachmann and sarah palin, go by the polls, repre
book you find out it's a status quo. >> john: your example jefferson and adams and jackson is running quincy adams? >> massacring indians and illegally executing soldiers that had a significant effect. adams who had been minister to russia was accused of pimping out his maid to the czar of russia. >> john: grover cleveland runs for president? >> he didn't run for anything. he shambled slowly but he had autoof wedlock child. and cartoon, hey, ma, where is pa? and had gone to the white house, ha, ha. >> he admitted he fathered he might have fathered a child out of wedlock and he paid for the child? >> that's right. >> john: 80 years later, johnson against goldwater? >> this is classic. casey ad, which shows a girl picking flowers and counting. >> john: it looks innocent enough. it's going to count down for a nuclear bomb being dropped. a magazine had a thousand psychiatrists that gold water was insane. >> this ad one only once yet was talked about so much it had impact. >>> the these are the stakes to make a world in which all of god's children can live or to go into the garden. we must
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